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Warm Roof Solution

All year round comfort

The WARMroof is designed to keep you warm in winter and cool in summer for all year round comfort. Perfect for conservatory roof replacements and refurbishment projects or new extensions, the WARM roof will give you a highly functional, comfortable everyday living space to relax or entertain in.

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Stay warm in winter, cool in summer

Our solid roof conservatories offer the perfect solution to creating extended living spaces that can be used during all seasons. Instead of the traditional glazed or polycarbonate roof conservatories, our solid roof conservatories are far more energy-efficient than a typical conservatory. Our tiled roof conservatories are up to 15 times more thermally efficient than older polycarbonate roofs.

The WARMroof is our award-winning solid roof and is the most configurable and structurally robust, insulated and tiled roof in the UK. Thanks to our WARMroof technology, our building control approved roof provides the highest levels of thermal efficiency.

  • Award-winning solid roof
  • First class thermal efficiency
  • Hybrid glass panel upgrades
  • Customisable design

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System View

Take a closer look at how our unique WARMroof system works.

External Lightweight tile
in various finishes and colours
Insulated eaves beam for extra warmth 
and reduced condensation


Window frames

Increased structural supporting
retro-fit posts if required
Heavy duty light weight aluminium
box section rafters

Double layered foam insulation for heat retention

15mm Plywood or OSB sheet panel

Colour match aluminium ridge top caps

Single layer breathable membrane under
tiles as secondary water tight seal

Plasterboard sheeting / skimmed finish for ready for decorating

Tile option

Explore our range of stylish composite roof tiles. With a wide selection of colours and finishes to choose from, all tile options are extremely durable and energy efficient as standard.

Lightweight Tile

Our lightweight tile is made of recycled PVC and the most popular choice to use on the WARMroof. It is robust enough to last many years and even strong enough to walk on if required. They are available in a choice of 4 colours and carries a 25 year warranty.

  • 25% quicker to install
  • 80% lighter than concrete tile
  • Extremely robust
  • Simple to cut
  • Minimal breakages
  • Environmentally sustainable

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The natural slate look

TapcoSlate tiles resemble natural slate, they are authentically shaped with textured surfaces and riven edges moulded from authentic slates that make them indistinguishable from the real thing. They are made from a recyclable blend of limestone and polypropylene. TapcoSlate tiles will not crack, break or de-laminate. Its product formulation and manufacturing provide durability, performance, and longevity for many years.

  • 40-year Warranty
  • 80% lighter than concrete tile
  • Fix by hammer or nail gun
  • AA fire rating
  • Marked with exposure guides
  • Dolomite limestone material

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A warm roof is a roofing system where insulation is installed above the roof deck, creating a warm and dry space between the insulation and the roof covering. This system prevents the formation of cold spots on the roof, which can lead to condensation and damage to the roof structure.
The benefits of a warm roof include improved thermal performance, reduced energy bills, and increased comfort levels within the building. The risk of condensation and structural damage is also minimized with a warm roof as opposed to a cold roof system.
There are several types of insulation materials that go into the construction of a warm roof that can be used. Celotex or rigid foam board insulation types seems to be proven the most efficient to install & normally supplied along with most warm roof kits which are usually designed to replace existing conservatory roofs, other forms such as lofting insulation is best used when fabricating timber warm roofs for extensions or orangeries adding the best thermal performance, and complying with building regulations.
Insulation is typically installed above the roof deck, either between or above the roof joists, depending on the design of the roof. The insulation is then covered with a waterproof or breathable membrane to protect it from moisture and other weather elements.
Yes, a warm roof can be retrofitted onto an existing building. However, the installation process may be more complex and may require structural modifications to the roof to accommodate the additional weight of the insulation or when incorporating roof lanterns or velux windows. Kit form warm roof systems have been designed to be fitted to existing conservatories using lightweight tiles & other materials as a cost effective way to improve insulating making the room more usable all year round.
A cold roof is a roofing system where the insulation is installed below the roof deck, which allows the roof to become colder. A warm roof, on the other hand, is a roofing system where the insulation is installed above the roof deck, which keeps the roof warmer and reduces the risk of condensation.
The cost of a warm roof can vary depending on factors such as the size of the roof, the type of insulation used, and the complexity of the installation process. However, a warm roof can provide long- term energy savings and reduce the risk of costly repairs due to structural damage caused by condensation. On average, a warm roof can cost between £3,000 and £80,000 in the Uk market mainly due to the cost per m2, you’l be able to get free advise and quotes to suit your budget without any obligation.
Building regulations require that the insulation thickness in a warm roof meets certain thermal performance standards, such as a minimum U-value. The regulations also require that the roof structure can support the weight of the insulation and that the installation is carried out by a qualified specialists. Kit form warm roofs designed to sit on existing conservatory frames are usually checked by the supplier to make sure the existing or new window frames can support the weight with only some exceptions where by a portal frame is required to add additional strength to the structure.
A warm roof typically requires less maintenance than a cold roof, as the risk of condensation and structural damage is reduced. However, regular inspections should be carried out to ensure that the roof covering and waterproof membrane are in good condition showing no visible signs of damage.
One disadvantage of a warm roof is that it can increase the risk of overheating in summer months, as the roof may absorb more heat than a cold roof. However, this can be mitigated by using Velux windows & fanlight openings in the window frames within the room to allow adequate air movement, even ventilation systems can be installed if no other means to allow excess heat to escape. The other disadvantage to having a warm roof installed is that it can reduce the light to other rooms, Additionally, the installation process may be more complex and require more time and resources than a cold roof.
Warm roofs come in many styles, designs bespoke to the homeowner. kit form warm roof systems come as a aluminium box sections cladded with timber sheets and insulation with a wide choice of lightweight tile options and are usually used to replace old tired existing conservatory glazed or polycarbonate roofs. Timber style warm roofs are normally designed and fabricated on site for extensions using a similar process and usually weathered with a long lasting rubber membrane, GRP system or felt as a more cost effective option but not as hard wearing.
We are situated in Eastbourne/Hailsham & carry out warm roof installations around East Sussex, Kent & Surrey.

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